GAME NIGHT 9/10: Waipahu/Pearl City

Waipahu QB Braden Amorozo threw for more than 300 yards in each of his first two games of the season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.
Waipahu QB Braden Amorozo threw for more than 300 yards in each of his first two games of the season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

Six high school football games on the same night as a Hawaii football home game? You bet.

First place in OIA Division II is on the line as Pearl City (3-1, 3-0) faces Waipahu (3-0, 2-0) at Aiea.

HISTORY: Waipahu leads the series 18-8 in the Prep Bowl and state championship eras, but Pearl City won the last meeting, 13-8, in 2011.


FINAL
Pearl City 21, Waipahu 7.

FOURTH QUARTER
25-yard TD pass from Braden Amorozo to Ezekail Kai Kapanui Reyes. PC 21, WAIP 7, 4:25.

Waipahu drives to the 11, lines up a power-I set on third and 3 and fourth and 2, but comes up short. Time running out for WHS.

THIRD QUARTER
Period ends with PC up 21-0. Content to run the ball, eat the clock and take a deep shot once a quarter.


Marauder offense moving better this half, but stalled at the PC 38. Next series, three and out.

HALFTIME
The rain is taking Waipahu out of its game. The Marauders have 16 yards of total offense, no completions.

SECOND QUARTER
Reverse toss for a TD by Brody Padilla after a fumble by Waipahu on the snap. PC 21, WAIP 0, 2:44.


FIRST QUARTER
Asinsin with an easy bootleg left for a 5-yard TD. Chargers get sneaky, lining up for a PAT kick, then faking. Kasey Kikuyama rolls right and fires a dart to Zion Tupuola-Fetui for two points. Very smooth. PC 14, WAIP 0, 1:05.

Rain!!
Chargers open the game with a 10-play, 61-yard drive to pay dirt. WR Daniel Sarajina is open on a post route in the end zone and Isaiah Asinsin fires the 16 TD strike. PC 6, WAIP 0, 7:25

COMMENTS

  1. Checkyoself September 10, 2016 6:48 pm

    Waipahu 42-35 Pearl city


  2. Searider86 September 10, 2016 9:28 pm

    WOW! Coach Kami has his Chargers playing well! Good win, Coach!


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